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Game 106: Pirates 3 Giants 1

It is late and I am tired, so let’s keep this to the point: Josh Harrison and Travis Snider both kept up their recent hot streaks with early home runs, and Francisco Liriano just absolutely dominated the Giants tonight after a little bit of a slow start. He struck out 11 Giants in his seven innings of work, with all 11 strikeouts coming after a first inning double, three hard-hit...
Via WHYGAVS?
15 hours ago  |  Discuss

Pinch-hits from Snider, Harrison push Pirates over Rockies, 4-2

In a game of errors, fielding miscues and a baserunning mistake, the Pirates bench picked up the slack Friday night at PNC Park. Taking advantage of the Colorado Rockies bullpen, the Pirates scored two runs in the eighth inning to secure a 4-2 win. They committed three errors, missed two other outs on defense and ran through a stop sign on the bases. Neither of the Rockies’ two...
Via Pro Sports Daily
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Travis Snider strikes out Joey Votto — Really

Travis Snider’s MLB pitching debut will probably be overshadowed by a controversial call at home plate (and Clayton Kershaw’s no-hitter will rightly get most of the national attention), but the Pirates outfielder struck out one of the best hitters in MLB Wednesday night. In the ninth inning of an eventual 11-4 loss to the Reds, Snider took the mound to give the bullpen a break...
Via The Outside Corner
June 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Travis Snider has huge black eye after punch from Martin Maldonado

Travis Snider was sporting a big black eye on Monday, a day after he was ejected for his role in the bench-clearing brawl between his Pittsburgh Pirates and Milwaukee Brewers. The brawl started when Pirates pitcher (and ex-UCLA Bruin) Gerrit Cole barked at Carlos Gomez for admiring what turned out to be a deep fly […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 21, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Travis Snider takes ball to the jaw going for catch

Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Travis Snider’s face does not catch popups nearly as well as his glove. During the fourth inning of Monday night’s game against the Cincinnati Reds, Snider attempted to make a sliding catch near the right-field foul line, only to have the fly ball just miss his glove and instead nail him right in the jaw. The play was initially ruled a foul ball...
Via NESN.com
April 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Pirates outfielder Travis Snider falls victim to the routine ‘finger injury by sweet potato’

As MLB teams begin the process of reconvening for Spring Training, reports undoubtedly will surface regarding the bizarre kind of injuries major league ballplayers suffer at an alarming frequency, at least much more than their athlete counterparts in other professional sports leagues. Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Travis Snider and his perceived shortcomings when it comes to [...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
February 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Marlon Byrd not returning to the Pittsburgh Pirates

Marlon Byrd (Photo Courtesy of Charles LeClaire/ USA Today) Marlon Byrd is not returning to the Pittsburgh Pirates for the 2014 season, instead he has signed a two-year deal worth $16 million with the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday. The Pirates acquired Byrd from the Mets in August, and the right fielder played a large role in their success down the stretch. Pittsburgh was expected...
Via isportsweb.com
November 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Snider’s Grand Slam Explodes Twitter, Or Does It?

I think one of the great things about the way we use technology to follow sports is the ability to take a step back and observe the way the masses react to memorable moments. In the case of Travis Snider’s grand slam in the sixth inning of the Pirates’ 5-4 win against the Cubs on Tuesday, my observation is that there was smoke coming off my Twitter feed in the moments following...
Via Pirates Prospects
May 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Travis Snider Picked as a Breakout Candidate

Baseball Prospectus released a list of nine breakout candidates, with each writer picking one player to have a breakout season in the majors in 2013 (h/t Rumbunter). One of the breakout candidates was Travis Snider, who looks to be the favorite to win the starting right field job. Hudson Belinsky picked Snider as his breakout player, noting that the outfielder “could have a very...
Via Pirates Prospects
February 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Pirates outfielder Travis Snider robs a home run for the catch of the year (Video)

Your browser does not support iframes. With the MLB season coming to a close very shortly, the book hasn’t closed on catch of the year candidates. Pirates outfielder Travis Snider proved that on Thursday afternoon against the Mets when he made one of the most phenomenal catches you will ever see. New York’s Mike Baxter hit a tall blast to right in the second inning that looked...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 27, 2012  |  Discuss
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